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I stayed two nights because I had business locally. This is a lovely property, immaculately clean, nice view of the New River Valley. Be sure to eat at the Palisades, and explore Blacksburg, where they had some very eclectic eateries
We picked the Inn for our honeymoon night. If, like us, you are seeking a secluded love nest, you will be disappointed. I could hear everything happening in the other rooms. Who wants to 'snuggle' when everyone can hear you?
Furthermore, there isn't a very...More
I had wanted to stay at the Inn at Riverbend for quite some time after looking at the pictures in the Select Registry guide. I was not disappointed. The view is absolutely stunning and the moon and sunrises are spectacular. The Inn is beautifully decorated...More
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We are so pleased you were happy with your long awaited visit. Thank you for sharing your experience and we hope to see you again soon. John and Jeanne, Innkeepers
The Inn at Riverbend is perfectly situated for all the recreation and history for SW Virginia! The place is nestled into a hillside with beautiful views of the New River. We stayed in the Wolf Creek room.
We enjoyed breakfast two of our three day...More
We have stayed at Inn at Riverbend on two separate occasions. The first time, my husband and I were celebrating our marriage and were blown away by the view, the accommodations, and the amazingly high level of hospitality shown to us. There is so much...More
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Hello previous Inn at Riverband guest!
My husband and I are looking a relaxing but active get away in the nature at the end of March. Hopefully we will have some sunshine and no snow as we are in MOUNDS of it right now in Ohio!
This Inn looks BEAUTIFUL my only concern is it's location and how much driving we may be doing to get up and GO hiking or biking or wine tours etc... Are you all able to share what your days were like when you wanted to go hiking or bike or to the wineries? Did it feel like it was hard or annoying to be driving everywhere or are the drives to those different actives pretty simple and easy?
Also the breakfasts sound wonderful but whats about lunches and dinners? How was that for you when oyu stayed? Was it easy access to good places to eat (casual, dress up, bar hop kind of options?). Thats really my biggest concern is the driving. We are looking to relax and the place seems wonderful and we will probably have our days on the porch reading and napping but then day two would want to be active but not feel like we lived in the car for our get away- that is on top of our 5hour drive from Ohio to arrive.
Any thoughts would be helpful!!! Thanks!
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The Cascade Falls trail head is maybe 6 miles away and well worth it. Relatively easy hike of two miles in and two back out - slight loop to it. If the 4 miles needs to be extended you can go up to Barney's Wall from there... More
The Cascade Falls trail head is maybe 6 miles away and well worth it. Relatively easy hike of two miles in and two back out - slight loop to it. If the 4 miles needs to be extended you can go up to Barney's Wall from there. Another more strenuous hike is up to Angels Rest - trail head around 4 miles from the inn. Angels Rest is about 2000' elevation gain in 2 miles along the Appalachian Trail. Non-technical mountain biking about 20 miles away on the New River Trail along the river itself. It is a state park some 50 miles long along a rail-to-trail so not much of a grade. You can grab lunch/dinner at the Draper Mercantile (one can also rent bikes there).
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"I stayed in Angel's Rest on the main floor. Nice view in the back, access to balcony, was nive and quiet."